well i'm back, I guess.
How was kamp? good question, but I would rather you ask "How wasn't kamp?". Kamp was everything. One of the things we teach the kids after archery is that the technical professional term for missing the bulls eye is sin. Guys Kamp "hit the mark" more than anything I have ever been apart of. The reason why 350 kids came to know Christ this month was because of the perfection every single councilor and leadership staffer strive for. Guys I truly believe that without that ambition that kamp would have been nothing. Kamp pretty much raised the bar for my entire life, thats how kamp was. I have a new standard. My life was perfected this summer because Jesus Christ worked on my heart while i was isolated from the world. I was able to sit in His throne room for 6 weeks, whose life wouldn't change? I had 4 groups of kids ranging from 12 to 14 years old, 48 kids total. Christ shone in each of their faces every night at devo and every day during activities. God rewarded me the last 3 days of kamp this term and it blew me away. After the last week's Cross talk, 7 of my kampers accepted Christ... let me tell ya, there was a huge group of angels rejoicing in my tepee cuz over half my kampers that week took off thier modern Christian masks and became new believers... I was able to share the joy with God and it was so humbling. The bar has been raised.
three questions that will burn from my lips:
Who are your men(/women)?
What scripture are you memorizing?
Who are you evangelizing/dicipling?
1 Corinthians 13
If I am to speak in toungs of men and angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or clanging cymbol